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    I only have a couple but maybe some of the boys in the medals and badges field will have a few ideas.

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    thanks anyway, i had a look at fleebay and they are all in the UK and they will not send them out of Europe because of the risk of breaking the glass.

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    Volksjager actually made a nice sort of display case himself from a cheap picture frame, it came up looking pretty good! Ask Jase how he did it mate, I'm sure he'd share.
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    thanks mate

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    Will post some pics for you shortly Morris


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    I got this info from the Australian Blades Forum where one of the members posted images of a fabulous Schrade collection that he has.

    When asked about his display cases he advised that he got some of them from eBay from a fred1234purple who evidently makes and sells them.

    Search for what he has listed, he might be able to help you. He has a display case for sale now and if you have a look at his previous sales he seems to make 2 standard size display cases. It might even pay to contact him if you want something different.

    Hope that helps

    Regards Dutchy

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    This is the display case I made for the shows I go to. Made from a picture frame (easiest way to get a sheet of glass for an economic price). Quite simple really, get the picture frame size you want, make a simple wooden frame around that and attach the two together. I lined the inside with a blue material and put the base on a slight angle to help with viewing. Hope it helps

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    I think what you are after are Riker mounts - Riker Mounts at Potomac Display and Manufacturing

    I'm sure someone in Oz sells them.

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    Yes, Riker mounts are what you're after. You could try ebay for them.
    Best Regards,

    Looking for LDO marked EK2s and items relating to U-406.....

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    We use "Shadow Boxes". Here in the stated you can get them at any craft store!


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